Ibrahim and the Idol Worship.

During the olden times, people everywhere used to carve stones and make idols for worship. These statues were considered as gods, and people bowed and prayed before them. Namrud, the King of Babylonia, was once informed by his astrologers that someone was going to be born who would destroy his kingdom. He would teach people another religious concept: that of worshipping none but only one God....

Al-Quran Utamakan Pembangunan Ekonomi dengan Zakat

Zakat ialah rukun Islam ketiga seleas mengucap dua kalimah syahadah dan menunaikan solat. Ia disebut sebanyak 32 kali (26 ayat) dalam al-Qur’an. Ia biasanya disebut beriringan dengan solat. hanya terdapat satu ayat sahaja di mana zakat disebut tanpa solat, iaitu ayat 7 Surah al-Fussilat. Penyebutannya selepas solat menunjukkan betapa eratnya hubungan anatara menunaikan solat dengan mengeluarkan zakat....

The Story of the Boy and the King (from Al-Quran, in Surah al-Burooj)

There was a king who had a sorcerer, and when that sorcerer became old, he said to the king, “I have become old and my time is nearly over, so please send me a boy whom I can teach magic.” So, the king sent him a boy and the sorcerer taught him magic. Whenever the boy went to the sorcerer, he sat with a monk who was on the way and listened to his speech and admired them.